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Guided South Dakota Private Land Mule Deer / Whitetail hunt
I have been hunting in South Dakota for Antelope, mule deer, and whitetails since 2004 and it has become my favorite place to hunt. A game rich environment, Liberal Hunting seasons, and ease of getting tags make South Dakota a excellent place to spend your fall. I couple of years ago I decided to start […]Type: Blog Post
How to cook Javelina
How to cook Javelina Javelina Stew, Yucatan Style Each January Many of us journey to the deserts of Arizona, New Mexico and Old Mexico to hunt javelina, one of the most fun creatures in the desert to hunt. They occupy rough terrain, are difficult to spot and offer a western experience that you just don’t […]Type: Blog Post
Arizona Deer Hunting
Hunting in AZ can be a frustrating affair if you have never hunted the desert before this article will give you some of the tools you will need to be successful the attached podcast episode will give you the details, tip, tactics and secrets of guys that have been successful in AZ year in year […]Type: Blog Post
AZ Deer Draw 2019
Well it’s about that time again the new 2019-2020 Arizona Fall Regs are out and the deadline to apply is June 11th! The first step to building you a hunt you will remember for years to come is getting you a Tag. We only take a small amount of hunters per season and limit the […]Type: Blog Post
GRS BiFrost Stock Review
Several months ago I set out out to build a 1000 yard gun. I wanted to do it without having to use a gunsmith / custom gun manufacture and I wanted it to cost under $3000 . My platform began with a use Tikka T3 chambered in 6.5 creedmore I picked up for $800, I […]Type: Blog Post
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it?
Scent Control and Spot and Stalk: Is it worth it? By now most hunters know the importance of scent control while hunting from a stationary position but not many think to utilize it for spot and stalk type hunts. The school of thought is you are hiking and sweating more and you are playing the […]Type: Blog Post
Getting Ready for the 2019 Coues Deer Rifle Season Gear Review.
Getting Ready for the 2019 Coues Deer Rifle Season. In this article we will discuss the gear I take with me on my Coues deer hunt, the caliber and rifle I hunt with and lastly a couple of tips to acquiring your target once you find a Coues buck in your binoculars. I have been […]Type: Blog Post
Javelina Hunt with Hank Shaw
Ever wanted to Have Hank Shaw as your camp chef? Well we have a special Javelina Hunt in Arizona just for you We have 10 slots for this Javelina hunt! Javelina hunt with Hank Shaw and John Stallone. Hunts are typically operated out of a trailer camp or bunk house, all meals are included, you […]Type: Blog Post
Archery Javelina & Deer Combo Hunt Special Arizona
Javelina Hunting Special in Arizona We have four Javelina hunting spots left and we want to fill them! Hunting with Days in The Wild Outfitters during the archery deer Rut here in AZ is some of the most fun exciting and action packed hunts you can do out west, add in javelina hunting and its […]Type: Blog Post
Hunting the October Lull
Each year I make it back east to hunt whitetail in October during my kids fall break this usually occurs the first two weeks of October. Many consider this time period approximately Oct. 7th-20th the “October lull,” a period when bucks become nocturnal and and very recluse. Some believe its them resting up getting ready […]Type: Blog Post
Archery Deer Hunting Special in Arizona
Secrets of Hunting Western Game, comprehensive book to: Learn how to locate western big game animals Learn how to pattern Western Big Game animals Learn How to glass Learn How to stalk western big game Learn How to choose your hunting spot Learn How to scout for western big game animals and how to harvest […]Type: Blog Post
Fusion Archery's Feet Per Second
Warning..Warning.... Have you ever had so much pure adrenaline pumping through your veins that you almost lose total control....? Your emotions get carried away when you hear a loud crash back in the timber on a hard frost morning. When daybreak creeps upon the morning dew and the silence is broken by a snapping limb or twig! When you see deer heading your way and you wonder off into another world wondering if today is going to be the day. Well brother im here to tell ya! TODAY IS YOUR DAY!!! Today is the day when all that hard work and persistence pays off. Days afield being hot and sweaty scouting, hanging stands in the earliest of seasons seem to be all worth while now as you see that rack from a buck that you have been getting trail cam pics of crest the timberline! The reality of all this starts closing in on you as you realize all your nights of no sleep and dreams of big bucks zipping through the timber during the November rut hoping a shot of a lifetime will present itself fades as you come to full draw. The only thought that comes to mind is.... THIS IS IT...!!! Buck fever sets in and your focus turns to staying calm and making a good shot!!....YES, This is what dreams are made of...... All you need now is luck!! As you launch your arrow from your bow or squeeze off the trigger the only thing now is to realize your dreams...! The extreme rush of the trophy bolting out of sight to expire within reach is only hours away! The pure excitement and rush of the hunt is fast paced and forever etched into priceless memories. For all these reasons this is why were introducing the other kind of hunting show that will keep you on the edge of your seat and keep you feeling as if you were right there in the tree with us!! Gray Ghost Outdoor Productions presents "Fusion Archery's Feet Per Second" Host Andy Elliott and Team FPS will keep you wanting more as they head into the deep timber of the west to the briar patches of the south doing what we do!!... "HUNT"... The pure adrenaline of the hunt will lock you to your seat like a safety harness..... HERE'S TO REALIZING YOUR DREAMS...... In " Feet Per Second"......................Type: Channel
Chief AJ
INSTINCT SHOOTING the "CHIEF AJ Championship Way!" From my web site: http://www.chiefaj.com you can order the rifles and slingshots that I have made famous. Now also on DirecTV ch 608 HUNT with Anything Wild on Tue and Sat each weekType: Channel
The Hunting Chronicles
"The Hunting Chronicles"The Hunting Chronicles is a half hour TV Hunting & Fishing program, highlighting Outdoor adventures from all over North America. Hunting- Follow the guys as they hunt for Bull Moose, Bull Elk, Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Bison, Caribou, Antelope, Wolf, upland game birds, and waterfowl with Bow, Shotgun or Rifle.Fishing- The guys will teach you the small things to the advanced tactics used by the pro's. Follow the hosts as they fish from coast to coast bringing you exciting line screaming action. Whether it's fly-fishing for huge Northern Pike, Jigging delicious Walleye, or popping top water Bass, the fishing will be entertaining to say the least.Your hosts Chris David, Ryan Gehl, and our pro-staff team members, and special guests will show and teach you the real story of the adventure. Not just the made for TV version. Hit or miss, The truth will be told to our viewers.http://www.thehuntingchronicles.com/Type: Channel
Woods N' Water
Peter Fiduccia, aka the Deer Doctor, is recognized as one of the nation's leading whitetail deer experts by sportsmen and women throughout North America. Here he shares the most comprehensive hunting tactics and information, as well as products, outfitters, articles, and much more. Woods N' Water TV began in 1984 as a local origination television show on Group W Cable out of Warwick, New York. Peter Fiduccia had a dream to host an outdoor tv show--and he turned his dream into his profession. The first few shows were shot locally (within New York State). Every Tuesday night, Group W Cable aired one half-hour episode followed by a LIVE half-hour segment in the production studio. In the live segment, Peter hosted local experts in game calling, hunting and trapping, local DEC officials, and he even had a call-in segment. This new format for outdoor programming and Peter's natural presentation helped the show quickly gain a wide audience.After a few years, the writing was on the wall, and Peter took Woods N' Water out on his own. With a production crew and producer, the program began on TEMPO network (which then became CNBC) and since then has aired on numerous regional cable network all across the country as well as MSG, NESN, TNN, TOC, CTN of NJ, CCN and now both Sportsman Channel and WILD TV in Canada. Along the way, Peter has garnered numerous awards for his production of Woods N' Water from OWAA, NYSOWA, CTN of NJ, SIVA and the Telly Award group.In addition to hosting and producing the television show, Peter has also been the producer for Fiduccia Video and Film. Under this role, Peter produced videos for the US Fish & Wildlife Service, Winchester firearms, Sports Afield, Nikon, Krause Publications, Horton Crossbows, Golden Eagle Archery, Outdoorsman's Edge Book Club, and Pete Rickard Co. He has produced pilot television programs for The Discovery Channel and Home & Garden TV. Outside of the outdoor industry, other clients have included Hackensack University Medical Center, Surehands, Direct Marketing Association, Stone World, QuestRoyal, Activision and ABC News.http://www.woodsnwater.tv/index.cfm?video=193Type: Channel
Relentless Pursuit TV- Tim Wells
Get ready the hard hitting action of America’s number one bowhunting show, "Relentless Pursuit". Join Tim Wells as he features incredible shots on everything from hogs to frogs. From bowhunting, bowfishing, and even spear hunting, Tim Wells is a true legend in the outdoor TV world.Type: Channel
Trigger Effect
Dean Trumbley and Kent Michie come from families who for many generations have pursued hunting and fishing as a way of life. As a result both Dean and Kent have spent their entire lives working in the various fields in the outdoor sector. Dean pursued a career as a professional biologist and dabbled in big game guiding, whereas Kent did the opposite working as a professional guide and dabbled in biology. As life time friends Dean and Kent have hunted and fished all over North America and beyond pursing their passion. Leaving behind their biology and guiding, Dean and Kent embarked on a dream to create a hunting and fishing TV show that reflects their experience, passion and knowledge gained over their many years. They wear experience in their faces but the fire to hunt/fish hard and share their adventures with millions is young at heart. Whether it is their rifles, shotguns, bows, reels, black powder or crossbows their quarry will feel the EFFECT of when the boys pull that TRIGGER!Type: Channel
Outdoor Secrets Unwrapped
This is a hard hitting fast moving outdoor show that covers everything from the novice to the pro where Chris Bates and Stephanie Calabro bring you all the top information for the great outdoors every Thursday afternoon from 4 pm to 6 pm est on am 1370 WBTN also you can stream the show live so you don't miss any of the hard hitting action all heard on www .wbtnam.org or the tunein appas seen on Comcast Cable channel 15 (Cat TV) in Vermontdon't forget to click like on our Facebook page as wellType: Channel
Monster Trophy Whitetail TV
Dr. Jimmy Steger was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama where he started quail hunting with his father Jim Steger Sr. at the age of 6. Down south, especially in Alabama, when hunting season comes around you do one of two things, either go hunting or watch Alabama Football on TV, if you’re not at the game. Watching his father raise and train English Setter Bird Dogs was all he knew about hunting until the age of 10.My dad started me out with a single shot 410 and would give me 12 shells. He said the limit is 12 birds son so make every shot count. I learned very quickly to be a good shot and not waste any. One day I was Quail Hunting with my dad and saw a nice buck come out on the edge of a soybean field. I told my dad, “That’s a good buck.” He said, "You’re right son."We kept on hunting and as time went by over the next few years we kept jumping these bucks while we were quail hunting. I thought, that is so awesome, I would like to get into deer hunting. Well my dad was a true quail hunter and always taught me from the very beginning that real men quail hunted and that was all he did. Every Saturday morning during the quail season we were in the woods hunting quail with our trusted English Setter Bird Dogs and believe me, I loved it, and still do. I will always raise and train my English Pointers which is what I started buying and raising on my own at the age of 12. I prefer the pointer breed only because down in the south, the cuckle burs are really bad and those are hard on the Setter’s feet and under their legs. Besides, after each hunt I had to help my dad clean, cut, and brush those cuckle burs out. That gets old real quick.At the age of 15, I got with some of my school buddies and started taking them quail hunting and they would take me deer and turkey hunting. They wanted to go quail hunting and I wanted to go whitetail hunting. I shot my first buck at 16 years of age; he was a nice 8 pointer running along side a cornfield at 150 yards away. I’ll never forget because my friend and I were walking down this field when he came out on the other side. I looked at my friend and bet him I could take him in one shot running. He said, "No way!" Well, remember that I felt pretty confident about shooting anything that moved fast. After all, quail hunting is not for slow people and that was what I was raised doing. So I shot the deer in the front shoulder and he went down on the spot. My friend looked at me and could not believe it. After that shot, it was over, I was hooked on whitetail hunting and from that point on, I have been hunting whitetail deer all over country seeking only the largest of its kind.That was the driving force behind me starting Monster Trophy Whitetails, a TV show which is truly dedicated to the hardcorewhitetail hunters in the country. I have paid my dues by spending countless hours in trees, wood bottoms laying in deer bedding areas, and crawling through swamp bottoms trying to find the biggest deer in the country. And guess what, I now have them on my walls. I have killed probably more 200" Whitetails deer than most people will ever see live on hoof.Well, that is just what this show is about, hunting Monster Trophy Whitetail deer. I want you to experience just what I have been experiencing for the past 30 years. We have have found some of the best pieces of property that have big bucks on them and this is where we will film our hunts for the upcoming 2012/13 season. We are constantly searching for the biggest bucks so we can bring you the best whitetail hunting found throughout the country on national TV. So sit back and get ready, Monster Trophy Whitetails Season 5 is coming at ya!Keep Hunting those Big Bucks!Dr. Jimmy StegerType: Channel
Outdoor Magazine--Trophy Kansas Whitetails
In this episode host Mike Avery is in Kansas, bowhunting for whitetails with Ed Barton of B & C Kansas Hunts (http://www.bandckansashunts.com). On the third day of the hunt Avery makes a beautiful shot on a record book ten point. Also in this show, Mike Interviews Rex Darlington, the man behind Darton Archery (http://www.dartonarchery.com). Chef Dixie Dave Minar also makes an appearance in this show with a great wild game cooking tip.Type: Channel TV Show
Arrow Clean Through with doe Managment
While hunting early season and waiting on a buck to show, Kent Chelewski makes an OUTSTANDING shot on a mature doe. You must seee how high this doe Jumps!Type: Channel TV Show
Pheasants by slingshsot
Chief AJ smacking down flushing pheasants with .45 lead balls out of Quick Point slingshot like used on Top ShotType: Channel TV Show
Last Chance Fish
Fishng with Slingshot HFXType: Channel TV Show
Power Shooting
Slingshot takeing down a deer.Type: Channel TV Show
Just One More Step....
In this episode of the Outdoor Magazine television show host Mike Avery is bowhunting in Kansas with Ed Barton of B and C Kansas Hunts (bandckansashunts.com). Avery heads out in early November for what should be a very productive rut hunt, but unseasonably warm weather slows things down. He goes back to Kansas in December and is joined by Pat McKenna of Ameristep (ameristep.com). Pat takes a beautiful 8pt with his gun, then Mike heads back to the bow blind. This time the bucks are very active and Avery sees several nice animals....including one beautiful drop tine that needs to take just one more step to present a shot.Type: Channel TV Show